Cheap Hotels in Hereford
Near Hereford Cathedral
Kidwells House is a licensed guest house located just 10 minutes' walk from Hereford city centre and the train and coach stations. There is free parking, a garden and free Wi-Fi throughout. All rooms at Kidwells House are en suite, non-smoking and offer tea/coffee making facilities. Superior rooms have a wider variety of hot drinks and snacks, and some have a private courtyard or balcony. There are various pubs and restaurants near by. Local attractions include the Hereford Cider Museum and the cathedral, a fine example of Norman architecture by the River Wye. There are several golf courses within a 10 mile radius of Kidwells House. Brecon Beacons National Park is 42 miles away and Birmingham is 58 miles away.
This family run guest house is set in its own extensive grounds, less than 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Hereford. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout, and there is free parking on site. A full English breakfast, or a choice of lighter options like cereal and fruits, along with juice, tea and coffee, is available each morning. Guests can also relax in Hopbine House’s lounge, with plenty of books to read. Rooms are traditionally furnished, with picturesque garden views and a flat-screen TV. Each also benefits from an en suite bathroom with a hairdryer and free toiletries. Nearby Hereford Cathedral dates back to Norman times, and is known for its medieval mappa mundi and its chained library. Castle Green is a short drive away, and was once the site of a Norman keep.
Standing in 3.3 acres of landscape gardens just 1 mile from the historic Cathedral City of Hereford. the hotel provides a beautiful and peaceful haven for rest, relaxation and business. Yet step outside and you'll find that the hotel is conveniently situated on the main a465 road to Abergavenny, the gateway to Wales. A purpose- built 60 bedroom hotel offering excellent accommodation, an elegant restaurant and an informal, relaxing bar.
Near Hereford Cathedral
This Victorian villa, dating from 1895, rests in a peaceful, tree lined residential area of Hereford city. Tucked away to the south west of Birmingham, nestled between the Welsh border to the west and Worcestershire on the east, Herefordshire is a county with a rich and diverse heritage. Steeped in tradition, here you will find picturesque villages set within rolling, green hills. A TV, a minibar and tea and coffee making facilities are included in each room.
Near Hereford Cathedral
Between the beautiful Malvern Hills and the Welsh border, Castle House is situated in Hereford, 2 minutes’ walk from the cathedral. There is free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking on site. The elegant Georgian building has a terraced garden leading down to the moat that surrounds Hereford Castle. Guests can enjoy leisurely walks through the city, which lies on the tranquil River Wye. Rooms at Castle House Hotel are elegantly decorated, and some have a four-poster bed. Each has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom. Some rooms are situated a short walk from the main hotel. Full English breakfast is provided each morning in the charming dining area. Lunch and evening meals are also available in The Castle Restaurant and Castle Bistro, where food is made from high-quality local ingredients.
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Near Hereford Cathedral
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The Steppes Holiday Cottages Hotel
Featuring garden views, a garden and free WiFi, The Steppes Holiday Cottages is located in Hereford, 5 km from Hereford Castle and 6 km from Hereford Cathedral. Each cottage is fully equipped with a kitchen, flat screen TV, private shower rooms, hairdryers and linen. The Courtyard Centre for the Arts is 6 km from The Steppes Holiday Cottages. The nearest airport is Gloucestershire Airport, 49 km from the accommodation.
Hotels in Hereford
On the banks of the River Wye lies Herefordshire's county town, Hereford. Book a Hereford hotel with us and discover a heritage town that is also a very modern city.
It was Henry VIII who established the practice of granting city status to cathedral towns in the 1540s. However, some 300 years earlier, Henry I conferred this honour upon Hereford. As far back as Saxon times, the cathedral's site was a place of worship. The impressive Gothic edifice you can see today is believed to have been around since the early to mid-12th century, following the Norman conquest. Of the many treasures within, the Mappa Mundi is surely the most prized – a single sheet of calf skin upon which is drawn a map that interprets the world through medieval eyes.
The Old House
The distinctive black and white half-timbered 17th-century building in the centre of Hereford is one of the city's most eye-catching sights. Close to 400 years old, the house has been a butcher's home and shop, an ironmonger's and a branch of Lloyd's Bank. The Old House has been a museum since 1929 and once inside you'll discover what life in Jacobean times was like. The rooms retain their period fixtures and fittings, including a four-poster bed and some important English oak furniture, not to mention rare paintings.
The cider house
At Hereford Cider Museum you'll find out how apples used to be milled and pressed to create the alcoholic beverage that is now exported all over the world. Visit the original cellars and see the cooper's equipment and workshop, and the vat house. A fun, interactive experience, the museum shows you how different varieties of apples create distinctive ciders. And providing you have your ID with you, there's plenty of cider to buy!
A neo-classical house
Set within expansive grounds designed by Capability Brown, Berrington Hall is an impressive late-18th-century mansion whose corridors and rooms remain exquisitely furnished. The house is open for tours, and kids will love to follow the fun Gruesome Georgian Trail which runs through the home. The grounds contain a network of paths, and you can enjoy a walk around a lake before heading off into parkland.
Eating and drinking in Hereford
A delicious espresso or a loose-leaf tea is available at Diego's. This popular café serves breakfast and is an ideal place to start your day. Enter The Den, a relaxed and friendly restaurant where you can dine on duck breast and dauphinoise potatoes, or chips with blue cheese sauce. For something a bit spicier, there's Sweet Chilli. This Indian Restaurant's cheerful and helpful staff will serve you a tasty curry and will happily provide a choice of vegetarian meals.
Shopping in and around Hereford
The Old Market Shopping Centre has a supermarket, department store and a handful of brand names. And the Maylord Shopping Centre has an agreeable mix of shops offering fashion, accessories, essentials and more.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Hereford
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Hereford?The best hotels to stay in Hereford are Three Counties Hotel, Kidwells House and Brandon Lodge.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Hereford?Holly House Bed & Breakfast & Apartments in Hereford offers one night in a double room at the price of £55.
What are the best hotels in Hereford near the center?Castle House Hotel, Kidwells House and Holly House Bed & Breakfast & Apartments are located in the central neighborhood of Hereford.
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